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NEW YEAR, NEW INTENTIONS 043


NEW YEAR REVOLUTIONS – IT’S TIME FOR AN OVERHAUL!


Now that Christmas and New Year are over, the chances are you, like many others, are thinking of ways to become healthier and happier during the coming 12 months. According to a 2017 survey of 2,000 Brits carried out by private healthcare company BUPA, the number one New Year resolution is to exercise more, with 38% of those asked claiming it was on their list. Other health-based resolutions making it into the top 10 included: • To lose weight – 33% • To eat more healthily – 32% • To take a more active approach to health – 15%


• To spend more time on personal wellbeing – 12%


• To drink less alcohol – 12% • To stop smoking – 9%


However the problem with resolutions is that many of them, for whatever reasons, fail.


Part of the problem is that habits – particularly the bad ones – aren’t easy to break. And if your resolution is very strict, or you make too many resolutions at the same time, chances are they’ll fall by the wayside before the month of January is out.


Psychologists have found that we


are more likely to succeed if we break our resolution into smaller goals that are specifi c, measurable and time-based. According to a study from the University of Bristol, 88% of people who make New Year resolutions fail – in fact, 9th January is the day on which most people give up – while the NHS reckon only one in 10 of us will be successful.


Stress- busting tips


1. GET PLENTY OF REST, SLEEP & EAT WELL Stress can be combatted by making sure you are awake and alert. Sleep well, take the time to unwind and make sure you eat properly and healthily.


2. EXERCISE IS VITAL Exercise helps reduce stress by releasing endorphins to your brain, and also helps you sleep. Even if you can’t get to a gym, a walk around the block will help.


3. PUT YOUR DEVICES AWAY BEFORE BEDTIME


Goodbye double chins!


The Strawberry Lift at Purity Bridge is continuing to generate huge interest as a non-surgical technology to reduce fat and tighten the skin of a double chin. Normally performed as four 20-minute treatments a couple of weeks apart, the Strawberry Lift has become a fi rm favourite of those that have tried it, including celebrities such as Gail Porter and Cara De La Hoyde. The single treatments cost £350, or a course of four is priced


at £1,200. For more information, come in for a complimentary consultation at Purity Bridge. • Call 01892 536960 or email info@puritybridge.co.uk


New cutting edge form of psychology and psychopathology


Elise Blunkett-Evans offers a therapy called brain working recursive therapy (BWRT) – a therapy so powerful it can dissolve your anxiety, fears and phobias in just one session. BWRT is a new cutting edge


form of psychology and psychopathology, based on the latest scientifi c fi ndings about how the brain works.


It works with the earliest part of the brain, known as the reptilian complex, to change information patterns in the brain and create new neural pathways for the brain to follow. These new neural pathways are what create the


lasting changes you desire. This therapy is content free and sees amazing results in as little as one session, which is what makes it stand out from anything else you may have tried before. As a fully qualifi ed brain


working recursive therapy practitioner I can help you dissolve your anxiety, fears, phobias, stress and OCD with this ground-breaking therapy. For the month of January I am offering


10% off all initial sessions. • For further information, call Elise on 07929 715138 or visit her website at foreverfl ourishtherapy.com


The inability to switch off from your mobile, tablet and laptop can seriously affect your sleep. Putting your devices away before you go to bed can help cut your stress levels.


4. WATCHING


TELEVISION IS GOOD IN THE RIGHT DOSES Many people fi nd watching TV relaxing and use it as a way to combat stress. However, too much TV can mess with your body clock, especially if you are watching late into the evenings, so moderation is key.


5. SEEK HELP FROM A SPECIALIST There is a difference between being stressed and being busy. Stress can cause serious burn out and can be debilitating. If you are struggling to function, speak to your doctor or a specialist.


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